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Poetic Definitions: obsequious
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Urbanely submissive, meek, uxorious or obsequious.
obedient
reverent
unctuous
courteous
flattering
ingratiating
Rarely arrogant, lordly, proud, lofty or supercilious.
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— Juanita Howard
Yoda
Obsequious: Master, who will I become?

Sycophantic, before time you were!
Autocratic, you have not been!
Uncomplimentary, you are not!
Oily, you will always be!

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— Pauline Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word obsequious
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for ceremonious

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Jesus Foster
Waka
Exactly like lows,
they're flatteringly servile.
Neither rude nor brash!
Being calm or complacent.
one given to flattery.

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— Curtis Cooper
Verse (modern)
Obsequious

Poetry has a verse with obsequious, oddly enough it ends in aqueous.
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— Bryan Marshal
Unitoum
Obsequious

Copybook
withstand
submission
reject

withstand
yield
reject
deference

yield
acquire
deference
hold

acquire
submission
hold
copybook.
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— Johnny Ros
Tanaka
Censure severely
to get too familiar with
journey far away
To broach or enter upon.
An interruption or pause.

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— Paula Innocent
Rondelet
Obsequious

Shop assistant,
emergency situation.
Shop assistant,
a substance used as a mordant.
Statistical expectation,
inferior in position.
Shop assistant.

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— Bonnie Leopold
Quinzaine
Obsequious

Poems ignore the word lows.
Should you believe it?
Will they whet?

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— Eugene Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a metre, furnished so people might see
Terse defining abstracts, freshly nurturing, and oh how revealed free?
Menial or abject seem way too manifest. But is bookish?
Compliant, lowly? - or cringing, obedient? Oops! I deserted boorish!
I reckon miserable and therefore plausible, but plainly ought I
- found meanings so - allusions drafted with computers spry?
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— Howard Red
Octosyllable
Really hollow and woeful.
But also shallow and doleful.
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— Jane Silver
Nonet
Being low, vile, ugly or lousy
inferior person or thing
unable to be honest
viola DA gamba
personality
piccaninny
ignoble
vassal
base
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— Jeremy Justice
Mirror Cinquain
obsequious
menial, humble
believing, suspecting, considering
attentive in an ingratiating or servile manner
flatterer
suitor
an admirer, lover, boyfriend, paramour or sweetheart
pursuing, cultivating, attending
tender, amorous
wooer
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— Janice Vaughan
Limerick
There was a girl from Pamunkey,
She wanted a word for flunkey.
      Could it be penial?
      But then thought menial!
That smart woman from Pamunkey.
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— Joan Valentine
Kural
Bootlicking, flatterer, talent, adulation
Sawder's deferential endowments

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— Mildred Harding
Haiku (terse)
Domesticated
executive officer
accommodating

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— Juan Ace
Haiku (3-word)
Emancipating
latitudinarian
testimonial

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— Jack Eliot
Haiku (modern)
An executive,
short, sleek, slick, slight, small, smooth, snide,
low, mild, bland and nice.

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— Jonathan Tate
Gnomic
Being friendly, amiable or affable.
Being rateable, assessable or taxable.

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— Douglas Charlton
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
meek
servile
submissive
complimentary

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— Amanda Hammond
Diamante
Obsequious
oily, servile
fawning, coaxing, creeping
flatterer, sycophant ..... knocker, base
identifying, committing, posing
ugly, shabby
uncomplimentary
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— Joshua Tate
Cinquain - Phrasal
obsequious
blindly imitative
diligent and tireless
being instrumental or contributory
obsequious

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— Mátyás Ellis
Cinquain - Expressional
obsequious
submissive wife
was absolutely good
dutiful niece and never.
acquiescent!

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— Anna Elliott
Butterfly Cinquain
humble
not genuine
of simple origin
marked by meekness or modesty
demean
a polite expression for I
low pressure area
to mortify
debase
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— Brian Jordan
Acrostic - Prefix
 Oily
biddable
servile
easy
quiet
unctuous
ingratiating
obedient
unresisting
submissive
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— John Jackson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.